In the middle of a long trip, motorists often feel the need to “stretch their legs” to relieve stiffness.
Refocuses efforts on ADAS and semi-autonomous tech
Supplier returns to its roots to enhance new mobility services
Seeing, hearing and feeling is believing
Hyundai’s luxury marque’s first crossover hits the mark on styling and tech. Will it sell?
Benefits include improved fuel efficiency, pinpointing road hazards
Production applications for Level 2+ highway systems to start this year in Asia
Scaled-down unit targets low-speed applications
Dual-motor system promises premium sports car handling
Maybe the cab line will be a little shorter. . .
Sony has long been a supplier to OEMs. Will it become a competitor in the EV space?
Links 68 ECUs and manages 20 million lines of software code
A bona-fide story of necessity being the mother of invention.
Meta-material cuts weight by 75%
Not only developing the tech, but making sure its people are trained in the ethics related to using it
When you’re driving a super-expensive supercar, maybe you want something more than just traditional sideview mirrors. Gentex and Aston Martin are testing a new approach that provides camera-based views too.
New chemistry is said to be cheaper, more powerful, faster to charge, less volatile and more sustainable than current lithium-ion batteries.
Volkswagen Group’s namesake brand plans to launch 34 new and redesigned models worldwide next year, including a dozen crossovers and eight electrified models.
The company’s acquisition of U.K.-based Latent Logic aims to make self-driving cars act more like human drivers.
If big screen picture quality is your thing, then the 2021 Cadillac Escalade may be the ultimate living room on wheels.